BRIA Homes Brings Affordable Housing in Samar to our Kababayang OFWs

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For decades now, Overseas Filipino Workers, undeterred by loneliness and the difficulties of being far away from home, have been working tirelessly to make life easier for their remittance-dependent families. In the process, our modern-day heroes have have been providing a massive boon to the Philippine economy.

And when Covid-19 unexpectedly hit the country in 2020, sending businesses and industries reeling from quarantines and intermittent lockdowns, it was our migrant laborers that helped bail us out through the money they sent to loved ones back home.

This is validated by data recently released by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) disclosing that OFW remittances grew by 4.4 percent to $3.06 billion in June 2022 from $2.94 billion in the same month last year.

Such a gratifying development came at a cost, however. As Covid-19 ravaged the global populace from 2020 through 2021, our overseas workers suffered from border restrictions that resulted in deferred vacations and homecomings. Those that did manage to come home had to hurdle stringent government-mandated protocols.

Today, with the virus currently contained, hordes of OFWs are understandably raring to fly home and spend time with their loved ones. Those who have completed their job contracts are looking forward to quiet retirement in the old hometown.

For the substantial number of returnees from the Eastern Visayas, a region that leads in the deployment of OFWs, reuniting with their loved ones means ensuring a better, safer, and more secure life for them.

This is the reality that drives foremost property developer BRIA Homes to present not just viable housing options but also a better quality of life to these hardworking migrant workers from Samar. Fortunately, a great number of them have acquired financial literacy and a flair for sound property acquisitions. If they once dreamt of buying or investing in their own modern homes, these days they are making it happen.

OFWs returning to their roots in Samar can find new beginnings in BRIA Calbayog’s sleek and comfortable house-and-lot units such as the two-storey Bettina Select and bungalow house models Thalia and Alecza.

Bria Affordable Homes in Calbayog, Samar

BRIA Calbayog is strategically located in the heart of Calbayog City, a fast-rising center of industry and commerce in Samar. Calbayog is the most populated city in the province, surpassing the capital city of Catbalogan. Because of the city’s growing population, progressive education sector, and bustling trade and commerce centers, Waray OFWs are being spurred to move back home. BRIA Calbayog is rolling out the welcome mat to its native sons and daughters, offering them a wholesome residential community to retire in.

What’s more, BRIA Calbayog is designed to be an executive village set against a lush natural backdrop, giving our kababayang OFWs the peace and tranquility they need in an idyllic retirement home.

Returning migrant workers will likewise be pleased to know that BRIA Calbayog is secured by perimeter fences, 24/7 CCTV coverage, guardhouses, and LED-lit streets. Residents can foster friendly community ties as they enjoy green walkable spaces and leisure amenities like a basketball court, village pavilion, and a kiddie playground.

Currently employed OFWs who are considering investing in BRIA Calbayog will have access to a 24/7 Customer Relations Management (CRM) team on their online platforms. The team will be ready to handle inquiries, and ensure digital resolutions for any future property-related concerns.

OFWs may check out their future BRIA home from anywhere in the world through BRIA’s 360 Virtual Tours. OFWs may likewise inquire online through its Facebook page.

Interested customers may avail of BRIA’s cashless transactions for reservation and amortization payments through BRIA’s bank partners: Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, Robinsons Bank, and Metrobank. E-wallet services like GCash, Paymaya, Shopee Pay, and All Easy are likewise available. Once decided, they can reserve a house online through this link.


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